The Fall of an Overlord

  • by Kevin Potter
  • Narrated by Scott Allen
  • 2 hrs and 44 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A city-sized dragon Overlord, a crippled wyrm bent on insurrection, and a sleek shadow dragon determined to protect her family. Does anyone win when catastrophic forces collide?
After the horrors of the Dragon Wars in the distant future, the Earth is ruled by an elite subset of dragons called Overlords.
Khellandrian, a fiercely proud azurite dragon crippled in his youth, leads an insurrection violating the most sacred laws of dragonkind.
Melliaunserah, a sleek beauty of smoke and shadow, is desperate to keep her clan-family safe from the tyranny of the Overlords. From their first meeting, she feels an inexplicable connection to Khell that only grows as time passes.
Caught in a desperate race against time, the unlikely pair struggles to unite unlikely allies and battle unlikelier enemies in their quest to destroy the Overlord.
Will they succeed and overcome the sadistic Overlord, or were they doomed to failure before they even began?


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Dragon rebellion

I thought it would be difficult to feel invested in a story narrated from a dragon perspective, and where humans have presumably been extinct for millennia, but it didn't take long before I was fully invested in the dragon freedom fight. Minus points for cheesy and cliched insta-love. (And for the frequent use of "whom" in the subject position.) This is a prequel and I do wonder what the main body of work will look like. And what time period it will be set in. And if it will actually explain where the dragons came from.

The narration was quite good, but some of the attempts at female voices were unintentionally funny.

This audiobook was provided to me by the author in the hopes that I would give my honest review, which I have done.
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- Leniverse


If you like dragons then this is for you. An interesting story about the conflicts between dragons, full of atmosphere and hints of a lot of unseen history. The writing is good with clear and engaging descriptions.The narration is good and Scott Allen does a great job making some dragons seem large and powerful with deep voices. Each dragon is given their own unique sounding voice that enhances their personality. The narration is clear and easy to listen to, there were no errors I noticed.

I am very much looking forward to Calamity coming out on audible. I want to know about the world and how it ended up the way it is. The book is short so may not be worth a credit if you are looking for a longer listen but other than that I can recommend this as a great listen.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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- Peter

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-09-2017
  • Publisher: Kevin Potter